Scotland’s Census is organised by the National Records of Scotland (NRS) - previously the General Register Office for Scotland (GROS).
Scotland's Census website
Release 1B of results from Scotland's 2011 Census are now available. These statistics provide estimates to the usually resident population of Scotland and each council area on census day, broken down by five-year age bands and sex, together with estimates of the number of households in each council area. This release also includes two interactive data visualisations to aid understanding and interpretation of the statistics.
The full publication, 2011 Census: First Results on Population and Household Estimates for Scotland – Release 1B and relevant data can be found on the Scotland's Census website.
Producing and Delivering Scotland's Data
Find all the latest news and updates relating to the ongoing work we are doing to produce statistical data from Scotland's 2011 Census.
NRS undertook extensive preparation work in advance of the census, to make sure that people would understand the questions and that the questionnaire delivery and processing arrangements would work. This section gives information on the 2009 rehearsal and the 2006 census test.